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    Generation: 1
  1. Maria Bechtel b. 19 May 1846; d. 13 Aug 1894, Hespeler, Waterloo Co., Ontario.

    Maria m. Aaron Honsberger Aaron (son of William Honsberger and Veronica Hallman) b. 17 Sep 1842. [Group Sheet]
      Children:
    1. 2. Noah Honsberger
    2. 3. Famie Honsberger
    3. 4. Amos Honsberger
    4. 5. Lydia Honsberger
    5. 6. Isaac Honsberger
    6. 7. William Honsberger
    7. 8. Jesse Honsberger
    8. 9. Nancy Honsberger
    9. 10. Mary Ann Honsberger

    Maria m. Aaron Honsberger Aaron (son of William Honsberger and Veronica Hallman) b. 17 Sep 1842. [Group Sheet]
      Children:
    1. 11. Noah Honsberger
    2. 12. Famie Honsberger
    3. 13. Amos Honsberger
    4. 14. Lydia Honsberger
    5. 15. Isaac Honsberger
    6. 16. William Honsberger
    7. 17. Jesse Honsberger
    8. 18. Nancy Honsberger
    9. 19. Mary Ann Honsberger


  2. Generation: 2
  3. Noah Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  4. Famie Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  5. Amos Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  6. Lydia Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  7. Isaac Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  8. William Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  9. Jesse Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  10. Nancy Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  11. Mary Ann Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  12. Noah Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  13. Famie Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  14. Amos Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  15. Lydia Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  16. Isaac Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  17. William Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  18. Jesse Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  19. Nancy Honsberger (1.Maria1)

  20. Mary Ann Honsberger (1.Maria1)


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